Mimosa Set for Sunday, March 9

Mimosa is set for 6 p.m. on March 9 at Hilton Fort Worth, 815 Main St. in Fort Worth. Theme for this year’s Mimosa is Welcome to the Roaring 20’s.

Regular price is $30 per person, but there is also a couples’ discount price of $50 per two. Students can get a $10 refund for riding the bus to and from the location of Mimosa. The bus will be leaving from the library parking lot at 5:15 p.m. The Student Association requires modest and appropriate attire.

Mimosa tickets are now available at any of the following locations:

  • Harmon Hall (Women’s Residence)
  • Miller Hall (Men’s Residence; contact Leo)
  • Cashier’s Window
  • Spiritual Life and Development Office (Contact Austen)
  • Findley (Contact Henry)
  • Student Center (Contact Isa)
  • Around Campus (Contact Melissa, Ella, or Stephanie B.)

Students can nominate people for prizes in different categories at this link.

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